“The power of an intention multiplies, depending upon how many people are thinking the same thought at the same time.”
“The sociological evidence of the contagion of happiness and sadness suggests something quite remarkable: of all your relationships, of all the people capable of making you happiest or irritating you the most, those who have the greatest effect on your mood and even your state of health are those closest to hand.”
“If we, on our most fundamental level, are packets of quantum energy constantly exchanging information with this heaving energy sea, it means that all of us connect with each other and the world at the level of the very undercoat of our being. It also means that we have the power to access much more information about the world than we realize.”
“Our natural state of being is in relationship, a tango, a constant state of one influencing the other. Just as the subatomic particles that compose us cannot be separated from the space and particles surrounding them, so living beings cannot be isolated from each other… By the act of observation and intention, we have the ability to extend a kind of super-radiance to the world.”
“At our most elemental, we are not a chemical reaction, but an energetic charge. Human beings and all living things are a coalescence of energy in a field of energy connected to every other thing in the world. This pulsating energy field is the central engine of our being and our consciousness, the alpha and the omega of our existence.”
“One of the fundamental demonstrations of our natural instinct to Bond with each other is a will to give. Rather than domination, our most basic urge is to reach out to another human being, even at a cost to ourselves. Giving to others-the urge to empathize, to be compassionate, and to help others altruistically-is not the exception to the rule, but our natural state of being. Our impulse to connect with each other has developed an automatic desire to do for others, even at personal cost. Altruism comes naturally to us. It is selfishness that is culturally conditioned and a sign of pathology.”
Lynne McTaggart (11.5) born 23 January 1951, in New York City, American lecturer, journalist, author, and publisher. She is the author of six books, including The Intention Experiment and The Field. According to her author profile, she is a spokesperson “on consciousness, the new physics, and the practices of conventional and alternative medicine.” McTaggart is an anti-vaccinationist. She promotes this belief in her book What Doctors Don’t Tell You and in other publications.
“You don’t have a soul, Doctor. You are a soul. You have a body, temporarily.”
Walter M. Miller, Jr., American science fiction Catholic writer (23 January 1923-d. 1996) A Canticle for Leibowitz
Marija Gimbutas (11.4) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Cancer, (Vilnius, January 23, 1921 – February 2, 1994), was a Lithuanian-American archaeologist known for her research into the Neolithic and Bronze Age cultures. Her conclusions that Neolithic sites across Europe pointed to long-term stable egalitarian societies with women at the center materially and spiritually became a keystone of the matriarchal studies movement and the Goddess movement.
Stendhal, (11.6.8) Sun Aquarius, Moon Virgo, Ascendant Scorpio, French writer (23 January 1783-d. 1842). He developed the concept of Crystallization, which describes the process, in which unattractive characteristics of a new love are transformed into perceptual diamonds of shimmering beauty. Stendhal compares the “birth of love” in a new relationship as a trip to Rome from Bologna. In the analogy Bologna is indifference and Rome perfect love. “When we are in Bologna, we are entirely indifferent; we are not concerned to admire in any particular way the person with whom we shall perhaps one day be madly in love with; even less is our imagination inclined to overrate their worth.” Another term related with the writer is Stendhal syndrome, an altered state of consciousness causing rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion and visions when an individual is exposed to beautiful art.
Édouard Manet, (11.7.5) Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Libra and Ascendant in Leo, French artist (23 January 1832 – died 1883). His early masterworks, The Luncheon on the Grass (Le déjeuner sur l’herbe) and Olympia caused great controversies.
Sergei Eisenstein, (11.11) Russian film director (23 January 1898-d. 1948)
Jeanne Moreau, (11.11.2) French actress 23 January 1928
Rutger Hauer, (11.10.5) Dutch actor 23 January 1944
Anita Pointer, (11.3) American singer (Pointer Sisters) 23 January 1948
Robin Zander, (11.2.8) American singer (Cheap Trick) 23 January 1953
Gospel of Thomas: (15) Jesus said, “When you see one who was not born of woman, prostrate yourselves on your faces and worship him. That one is your father.”
ACIM: 23. I can escape from the world I see by giving up attack thoughts.
Concise Epitome: 3.7 For uncountable cycles of ages, the collective consciousness of Handor had exchanged light with the Centre of the Sphere. Then, the Peak was achieved and Handor could shine as an emanation of Light itself. (Nel procedere di nutrite successioni di ere, la coscienza collettiva di Handor aveva barattato energia con il Centro della Sfera di Luce, addivenendo infine anch’essa parte integrante di codesto Centro.)